Journey to fulfillment. by. Taylor, Valerie, 1913-1997. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
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Valerie Taylor (September 7, 1913 – October 22, 1997), born Velma Nacella Young, was an American author of books published in the lesbian pulp fiction genre.
Valerie Taylor (September 7, 1913 – October 22, 1997), born Velma Nacella Young, was an American author of books published in the lesbian pulp fiction genre, as well as poetry and novels after the "golden age" of lesbian pulp fiction. She also published as Nacella Young (under which she wrote her poetry), Francine Davenport (under which she wrote her romances), and Velma Tate. Her publishers included Naiad Press, Banned Books, Universal, Gold Medal Books, Womanpress, Ace and Midwood-Tower. Please select Production or behind the scenes photos Concept artwork Cover CD/DVD/Media scans Screen capture/Screenshot. Please read image rules before posting.
Find nearly any book by Valerie Taylor. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Mommy School (Harlequin American Romance, No 676). ISBN 9780373166763 (978-0-373-16676-3) Softcover, Harlequin, 1997.
Title: Journey to Fulfillment. Publisher: Midwood 32-427, Tower Publications. List this Seller's Books.
com: Journey to Fulfillment: Paperback original, "revealing the poignancy and pain of lesbian love. Continues the story of Erika Frohmann, who was introduced in 'A World Without Me. 156 pages + 4 pages of advertisements for other Midwood publications. Edgewear, mild slant, rubbing, flaking at edges, short separations at bottom spine edges, crease to bottom left corner of back cover, tanning. Title: Journey to Fulfillment. Publication Date: 1964. Payment Methods accepted by seller.
Beacon Books published Valerie Taylor's first novel, Hired Girl (also published as The Lusty Land), in 1953. Journey to Fulfillment 1964, Midwood Tower. The Secret of the Bayou 1967, Ace (as Francine Davenport). Set on a poor Midwestern farm, Hired Girl has no lesbian subject matter, but it does explore other controversial sexual and political themes. The Girls in 3-B. Taylor, who described herself as both bisexual and a lesbian, has claimed that she only realized the full extent of her attraction to women when in her thirties. Love Image 1977, Naiad. Ripening 1988, Banned Books.
Could there really be fulfillment for her in loving a woman? . In a novel of need, passion and love, author Valerie Taylor gives us another deeply moving, deeply introspective and intimate novel of lesbian love.
Could there really be fulfillment for her in loving a woman? Was it possible? Erika wasn’t sure, but after meeting Kate she hoped with all her heart it could be true. A World Without Men is an engrossing novel that tells the love story of Kate and Erika. When they meet, Kate is living in a residential hotel and trying to get her life back together. A World Without Men tells the story of two young women committed each other and a love they refuse to deny.